As of fall 2016, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire and University of Glasgow hope to finalize a new a bi-lateral study abroad and exchange agreement. The agreement will allow UWEC students to study abroad on exchange (which means you pay UWEC tuition while abroad) or as a visiting study abroad (which means you will pay University of Glasgow non-resident fees). The number of exchange spaces will vary per year depending on the number of incoming University of Glasgow students.
As an exchange or visiting student, you will be allowed to take course work across the University of Glasgow curriculum provided that you have adequate pre-requisite knowledge. You will take courses with other U of Glasgow students and live in university accommodation.
If you are looking for a taste of big city living, the University of Glasgow may be the place for you. One of the oldest and most prestigious research universities in the UK, it is also one of the largest, with a student population approaching 20,000. Complete details are at http://www.gla.ac.uk/.
HOUSING & MEALS
The University of Glasgow offers study abroad housing in one of 7 university halls, some of which offer more traditional dorm-style rooms and some of which have apartment-style housing. Most are self-catering, meaning you cook your own meals. Click here for details!
To learn about eligibility requirements, academic offerings, and the academic calendar; click here: Academics - Glasgow
Below you will find more information on program costs: Fall 2015 (Exchange) and Spring 2016 (Visiting).
- Meet with a peer adviser about the program. Check the link to see which programs have peer advisers this semester.
- Schedule a general advising appointment with CIE staff by calling 715-836-4411.
- Get some video advice from past peer advisers about study abroad. Scroll down
- View online info session “First Steps to Study Abroad”.
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Upon arrival, you will have an orientation program that will provide information on the services available to you within the University as well as some sessions on life in Glasgow. You will also be able to meet with fellow students at an evening social and take part in a full day bus tour which will take you to places of interest outside Glasgow. The University offers many student clubs and organizations.
The University of Glasgow is very international. Every class I had, every event I went to, every time I walked down my dorm hallways, I would run into people from all over the world. It is also ranked in the top 30 schools in Europe, and all the professors I had were very approachable and extremely knowledgeable. Glasgow itself is a vibrant city. It's not huge, but it's big enough to have all sorts of stuff going on, while being very easy to get around on foot or by public transport.-Spencer
I learned a lot about Scottish culture and in doing so discovered many aspect of U.S. culture that I had never considered. – Jessica, Spring 2013
With a population of 570,000, Glasgow is Scotland's largest city. Whether your interest is art, architecture, nightlife, shopping, or sports, you'll find it in Glasgow. And with nearly 80 parks, it's also possible to find green spaces in the midst of the bustle of city life.
HOW TO APPLY:
To apply, read the application instructions on the How to Apply Page. Then return to this program brochure page, and click the 'apply now' button at the top of the page.